|Birth: ||Mar. 20, 1836|
|Death: ||Dec. 11, 1919|
Miller M. Green was the son of B. F. and Lucy A. Green. He was born near Daingerfield, but, with his family moved to Hopkins County in 1851. He was a member of the Texas Rangers for two years, and fought valiantly for the Confederate Army (Gen. Ross's Ninth Texas Cavalry) for four long years. In 1867, he married Ophella Cole. He carried the chain when the town of Greenville was surveyed, and was deputy sheriff when the county seat of Hopkins County was moved from Old Tarrant to Sulphur Springs. In fact, he is older than the State of Texas, having been born under the Republic of Texas. He has lived in Cumby longer than any other man, and has raised a family of splendid sons and daughters: his wife having already preceded him to the Great Beyond. His living children are as follows: D. H. Green, Harry Green, B. F. Green, Mrs. Flora Mathis, Miss Pearl Green, and Miss Juanita Green. (Hopkins County Echo, Dec. 12, 1919)He was a good citizen and a Democrat.
B F Green (1800 - 1865)
Lucy A Green (1812 - 1873)
Ophella A Cole Green (1849 - 1902)
Flora Green Matthews (1872 - 1956)*
Pearl Anne Green (1874 - 1960)*
Matthew Dickson Green (1877 - 1906)*
David Hugh Green (1880 - 1951)*
M. Perry Green (1882 - 1922)*
Benjamin F. Green (1884 - 1974)*
Naomi Juanita Green (1890 - 1981)*
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Record added: Mar 12, 2010
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